It’s overwhelming, we know.
Security as a service (SECaaS) is an outsourced service whereby an outside company handles and manages your security.
With security as a service, security solutions are no longer delivered locally, by the IT department installing virus protection software, spam filtering software, and other security tools on each machine or on the network or server in the workplace, keeping the software up-to-date or requiring users to use it. Instead of paying for the services on every occurrence, you can reduce costs with an ongoing support, including the below services.
Security as a Service Offerings and Benefits
Latest and Best Tools
With security as a service, the tools available to the business are always latest and best. Therefore, there is no longer the need to review extensively available tools, and the adaptability of those.
Faster Provisioning and Flexibility
The beauty of SEC-as-a-service offerings is that your business has access to these tools instantly. SECaaS offerings are provided on demand, giving the ability to scale up or down as the need arises, with speed and agility.point to potential threats.
The best and most experienced security professionals now work for your business. Cybersecurity experts are at your beck and call, and they may have more experience and a better skillset
Risk Management and vCISO (Chief Information Security Officer)
Irrespective of regulatory requirements in your industry or your organization, not having a CISO in your team might result in a big gap and further implications. A full-time security professional has the specialized technical knowledge and corporate governance experience to help build not only a strong cyber security strategy, but also define the necessary controls to prevent, detect and mitigate evolving threats. The vCISO assures your organization compliance against standards such as ISO 27001, PCI DSS, PSD2, NIST, HIPAA, Cyber Essentials, PCI-DSS.
Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Scanning
Let us “hack” your system to identify holes and vulnerabilities, closing them before black-hat hackers can get through. This common cybersecurity practice tests your websites, computer systems, and applications, simulating unauthorized attacks to expose even the smallest of pinholes. Penetration testing is a critical way of securing your network, and we can also set up automatic penetration testing to keep your business and data safe even while you sleep. Penetration testing is also important for testing your security policy, compliance adherence, and beyond.
Incident Response and Recovery
First, preparation helps you put a strong plan into place to address any potential adverse security events that could occur. Secondly, detection and reporting is important. Through regular monitoring of security events, you can detect and report on any incidences that occur. Thirdly, triage and analysis refers to the scoping of security incidences, utilizing resources to collect data for in-depth analysis. Next comes containment and neutralization, which is arguably one of the most important parts of the incident response and recovery process.
Data Loss Prevention
Our job is to make sure your precious data never falls into the wrong hands, while identifying policy violations most commonly driven by regulatory compliance like HIPAA, GDPR, and PCI-DSS.
Data loss prevention (DLP) is a strategy for making sure that end users do not send sensitive or critical information outside the corporate network. The term is also used to describe software products that help a network administrator control what data end users can transfer.
Patch and Vulnerability Management
Contrary to popular belief, patch management and vulnerability management are not one and the same. They’re also not “products” like some think, but processes.
First of all, patch management, is used to update your operating systems, software, and applications while finding any patches that may be missing. Such patches could be anything from new features to security fixes and beyond.
Next, vulnerability management refers to the process of surfacing network assets while categorizing your applications and operating systems.
What if we could detect potential threats in advance, preventing disaster before it strikes? With professional cyber threat intelligence, there are no “what if’s.”
Responsible Cyber empowers you to do the responsible thing, gathering critical information about potential threats so we can take preventative action accordingly. So, what kind of cyber threat intelligence sources are we talking about here?
Well, these could include social media intelligence, open source intelligence, human intelligence, technical, or even intelligence that stems from the darkest corners of the big-bad-web.
Why Responsible Cyber?
Security as a Service is becoming an increasingly popular option among enterprises and SMBs alike. The growing adoption of SECaaS is driven by a shortage of security resources including qualified cybersecurity professionals as well as skills and tools as a whole.
Security as a Service (SECaaS) is now becoming the preferred security model for small, medium and large sized businesses. SECaaS reduces upfront costs of security hardware, outsources and simplifies security management plus removes the need to employ highly trained (and expensive) security staff.
15K+ websites are hacked daily.
Will you be a statistic…
Or a survivor?
The total cost of ownership (TCO) is a good criterion in choosing a SECaaS provider. r.